MeditationWorks Anywhere!

Anywhere? Yes, your breath is always with you! Want some extra meditation outside of your live sessions with us? Epic. Below you’ll find a few suggested spots to meditate, instructions on how to do so, and many guided meditations to use. Enjoy!

Home

Tip: Away from chores & unnecessary electronics

Outdoors

Tip: Notice all the sounds of nature

Office

Tip: Silence email/phone alerts

Car

Tip: Car in park or engine off

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Move to a quiet space (use headphones if needed!).
  2. Find a comfortable and supportive seat.
  3. Attentive posture: feet flat on floor, tall spine, head up, soften shoulders, relax face/jaw & core.
  4. Lower gaze or close eyes.
  5. Follow breath, aware of inhales & exhales.
  1. Getting distracted by thoughts and sounds is normal. Don’t try to clear your mind. Allow them to come and go.
  2. Gently return focus to the breath – again and again.
  1. Move to a quiet space (use headphones if needed!).
  2. Find a comfortable and supportive seat.
  3. Attentive posture: feet flat on floor, tall spine, head up, soften shoulders, relax face/jaw & core.
  4. Lower gaze or close eyes.
  5. Follow breath, aware of inhales & exhales.
  6. Getting distracted by thoughts and sounds is normal. Don’t try to clear your mind. Allow them to come and go.
  7. Gently return focus to the breath – again and again.

GUIDED MEDITATIONS:

Meditation of the Month – Relationships: It’s that time of year for family trips, holidays and barbecues…use mindfulness to keep your relationships happy & healthy!

Nature Sounds Meditation – Hiking Trip: Enjoy the earthy & relaxing sounds of hiking through lush woods, without the sweat and bug bites 🙂

Presence Meditation: the foundation of mindfulness, using breath to be in the present moment.

Rise & Fall Breath Meditation: use focus to tune into the body and breath.

Non-Reactivity Meditation: observing thoughts, sounds, emotions and calmly staying with the breath.

Basic Guidance Meditation: general breath and focus plus a body scan.

Body Scan: Useful for falling asleep or releasing body tension!

One Minute Meditation:

Before a meeting, after a tough encounter, or any time you need a calmer state of mind, our minute meditation can bring some focus, confidence, and relaxation to whatever you’re facing.